‘A beautiful, immersive tale that will keep you turning the pages until the end’ JENNY ASHCROFT
Singapore, 1949. When Miranda steps onto the pier with her husband Gerry she hopes that their move will bring the fresh start she needs and a chance to heal the scars from her past.
Gerry’s role at the British foreign office affords them a beautiful house and invites the best parties in town. But their life feels worlds apart from England and true friends are hard to find.
When doctor Nick Wythenshaw encourages Miranda to work within the local community, she finds new purpose that opens her eyes to a new way of life.
But as riots erupt across the region and danger draws close to home, Miranda must make an impossible choice. Will she sacrifice everything she holds dear to find happiness?
‘Guaranteed to transport you to exotic climes and engross you in the story of its troubled heroine…A terrific debut for Paula Greenlees’ LIZ TRENOW
‘Paula’s novel transports the reader to a long-forgotten and fascinating time…An enchanting, evocative debut!’ LOUISE FEIN